Thursday, April 1, 2010

Ezra Constantine Fall/Winter 2010

Ezra Constantine Fall/Winter 2010, told the story of a military inspired urban warrior complete with bruised make-up and veteran swagger. The various looks that walked down the runway showed a cohesive and highly wearable collection with a dark muted colour palette of black, grey and navy blue, which kept the collection elegant and refined.

Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong are definitely the kings of drapery and each piece that they applied this volume inducing technique to possessed high fashion interest and WOW factor. Exaggerated hooded shirts, structured military-style jackets, color detailed jersey leggings, dramatic long shirts, slimming leather pants, a leather poncho, and an intricate wool cape were definitely some of the stand out pieces from this collection.

I’m not going to lie, I loved most of the pieces from this collection and I could easily envision a lot of these pieces easily dressed up or down and worn day to evening. This is the sophomore collection from Ezra Constantine, but you wouldn’t be able to deduce this fact due to the sophistication and overall fashion forward aesthetic of this collection. All in all, this collection proves that Ezra Constanine is clearly ready to do battle with the fashion world’s menswear heavy hitters.

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